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3 stars Just Average

I`ve had a bit of time to digest this and its probably about time I had my say. The Video quality is awful on this DVD However the Audio is great , honestly the video at times(its only at times) looks so grainy its worse than watching football in a blizzard and then when the camera changes angle just like magic it clears up. The Song selection is very good (however the full Magnum Opus would have been nice) Another thing that bothered me was the anime bit in the middle of "Miracles out of Nowhere" now that was a big let down because I always wanted to see them do that. Walsh's voice isn`t great on this performance , he should have played it cool and sung within his range (his Keyboard playing was great though) The audience (oh heavens above) what can I say ? hmmmm ? ... they look bored and almost in pain, these are not your normal Kansas fans I hope because if they are I must look like they do :( All in All I am hoping Kansas do another DVD because this one has so many issues I can`t recommend it. Phil Ehart is a Legend behind the Kit to watch but the band, without multi instrumentalist Kerry Livgren (or somebody with his touch) Kansas sound like they are missing substance in their sound. As it stands all members did do a pretty good job on this DVD but it isn`t enough to save it in my opinion. All fan hysteria aside I`m just calling it how I see it ... Average

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